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Discover the Magic of Mulholland Drive: A Journey Through the Heart of Los Angeles


Embark on a captivating journey along Mulholland Drive , the legendary winding road that offers the most iconic and scenic views of Los Angeles. Named after the visionary William Mulholland, this breathtaking route stretches approximately 21 miles, from the vibrant Hollywood Hills across the majestic Santa Monica Mountains, all the way to the serene Pacific Ocean.


Accessible from key points near the 101 Freeway and extending westward towards the Pacific Coast Highway, Mulholland Drive is not just a road; it's an experience. With no cost for the adventure and open 24/7 , it invites you to explore at your own pace, any time of day or night.


Why is Mulholland Drive a must-visit destination? Beyond its luxurious, secluded estates that house Hollywood celebrities, it's a cultural icon. Featured in films, music videos, and literature, notably David Lynch’s 2001 film “Mulholland Drive”, it's a slice of Hollywood history. Its scenic views are unparalleled; from the Hollywood Bowl Overlook to the Jerome C. Daniel Overlook, you're treated to panoramic vistas of Los Angeles, the iconic Hollywood Sign, and the Pacific Ocean on clear days.


But it's more than just views and celebrity homes. Mulholland Drive is a piece of history, originally envisioned as a scenic road to promote the development of the Hollywood Hills. As you traverse this iconic route, you're following in the footsteps of countless dreamers and stars.


Join us on Mulholland Drive - where dreams, nature, and history intertwine in the heart of Los Angeles.

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